Again, in the spirit of replacing the rubber bits, I had sourced the front and rear seals for the sunroof. It was relatively easy to remove the sunroof and replace the seals. Reinstalling the roof and getting it right required a few adjustments, but eventually it was all in place per the BMW specs.
I was on a mission to replace as much old rubber on the car as possible. One item that needed attention was the trunk seal. It was holding up fine and there were no leaks, but it was a little unsightly. The hardest part of the job was removing the old adhesive, which took some effort and patience. I used 3M Black Super Weatherstrip and Gasket Adhesive and was careful with the positioning of the seal, particularly in the corners.